Working Back From Sunday Look at the end result and work back - not only in training your athletes, but in your career, says Mark Uyeyama, head strength and conditioning coach for the San Francisco 49ers. In this lecture from the NSCA's 2014 National Conference, Coach Uyeyama talks about his career trajectory and how he, as a coach, ultimately got to game day in professional football. University of Michigan Baseball: The Program Within the Progra ... Taking on a new coaching staff can be one of the most stressful aspects of a coach's job, according to Jason Cole. Join Coach Cole as he presents on the methodologies used by the University of Michigan in relation to baseball and the philosophy of a new coaching staff. Tactical Facilitators in Firefighting Join John Hofman as he presents a six-part Career Series lecture on Tactical Facilitators in Firefighting. Coach Hofman offers up an incredible amount of information as he talks about the differences between training firefighters and training non-tactical athletes. Hofman covers injury rates, the emotional demands of firefighting, and the ideal qualifications for training and coaching these tactical athletes.
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